Remember Felicia from 'Friday?' She Looks Unrecognizable Now & Is Pursuing a New Career
It has been a few years since Angela Means starred on "Friday." Now, the actress and producer looks youthful and unrecognizable while advancing her culinary career as a professional vegan chef.
Angela Means became a household name after she starred as "Bye Felicia," a comic character, in "Friday," the famous 90's cult classic.
It has been quite some time, and these days, Means does not appear on set. However, the actress still has time to pose behind the camera and shares snaps with her followers online.
A tour through her Facebook page proves that the entertainer has managed to preserve her youthful beauty, making her nearly unrecognizable.
Means has also found her penchant for cooking healthy meals. She is a professional vegan cook who often whips up incredible dishes and glorifies her craft. In one of her photos, she confidently explained that she is proud of her business while adding that she deals with only whole food. The "Friday" star also wrote:
"We're introducing two new items we're extremely proud to serve you The Jackfruit Burger and our delicious Potato Bisque."
Means became interested in the food business after her son left home for college. She got the necessary enlightenment and now owns and runs a cafe called Jackfruit in Los Angeles, the same city where she resides.
if there were a chance she would date anybody, it would be someone with a similar eating style
During a heart-to-heart discussion, the cafe owner admitted that various diets and lifestyle choices influence one's health.
Before switching to strictly vegan, Means tried to reason why people ate animals. However, once she chose to drop the diet pattern, she found solace in juicing with healthy fruits and vegetables.
In the same interview, the culinary expert explained that vegans are more compassionate than meat-eaters and that if there were a chance she would date anybody, it would be someone with a similar eating style.
For now, she is solely about being the best mom to her son, while she advocates for the vegan lifestyle to be widely acceptable.
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